After calling a 2021 goals do-over, I’m hoping for a fresh start in my Bullet Journal too.
You know how exciting it is in January when you think about all the things that you could do and how awesome you will finally be in the new year… and then how you realize that you entered into the new year with the same old you… and your goals seem like a crazy person…
Most people I know think studying apologetics (understanding and defending your faith) is for high level intellectuals and beyond most Christians or that studying or using apologetics makes Christians into arrogant “fight winners.”
Months ago, our long time neighbor (we’ve been in this house for 18 years!) was in the last stages of cancer. We’ve been “talk over the fence” neighbors for many years, but his hearing was poor and our relationship wasn’t ever more than a few sentences and friendly smiles and waves.
This week I listened to the first part of a series of sermons by Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones through Acts 9. It was over what conversion looked like for the apostle Paul, and is a good example of a life changed by Jesus.
here’s something about thinking though how to organize notes and what to illustrate (and how) that makes it stick in my head. So, here are my notes from the sermon on Mark 9:29-29.
An update on what we did in 2020 and the 2021 garden expansion project!
Looking over my habit trackers for January, February, and most of March, I can see two areas I could use some focus and growth. One is physical: working out. The other is spiritual: prayer.
Week 7 was a fun/scary week as I got an opportunity to Zoom into a Bible study with a wonderful group of very kind women in Canada!
Week 11 brought in some sunny days and more rain here in Oregon. But on the sunny days we got to work on the garden expansion for Zombie Bottoms Garden (started in March 2020, when it seemed like Zombies could be a legitimate threat).